How to find the length of the other sides of a triangle if the only given is the hypotenuse?

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asked Dec 23, 2012 in Geometry by anonymous
    

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You can, but the answer would not be unique, because there would be multiple possibilities. For example, a hypotenuse of 5, could have legs of length 3 and 4, or legs of length √(5/2)
answered Dec 23, 2012 by anonymous

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